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HSMHigh School Musical
HSMHigh Speed Machining
HSMHierarchical Storage Management
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HSMHyper Sonic Motor (Sigma lenses)
HSMHigh-Speed Memory
HSMHierarchical Storage Manager
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HSMHost Security Module
HSMHelicopter Maritime Strike
HSMHot Strip Mill
HSMHumanitarian Service Medal
HSMHepatosplenomegaly
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HSMHazardous Substance Management
HSMHealth and Safety Manual
HSMHeat Seeking Missile
HSMHubble Servicing Mission
HSMHealthSystems of Mississippi
HSMHospitaller Sisters of Mercy
HSMHardware to Software Migration (computer programming)
HSMHull Stress Monitoring
HSMHydraulic Start Motor
HSMHospitality Supply Management Forum
HSMHermetically Sealed Microcircuit
HSMHierarchical Storage Module
HSMHarmonic Spin Matching
HSMHarmonic Subcarrier Method
HSMHead-Spine Model (aeromedical research)
HSMHeadend Service Module
HSMHardened Silo Missile
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HSMHigh Shear Mixer
HSMHelix Security Manager (software)
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Newborn twins with thrombocytopenia, coagulation defects, and hepatosplenomegaly.
It showed massive hepatosplenomegaly with multiple splenic infarctions (Fig.
Ultrasonography of the abdomen revealed hepatosplenomegaly, with liver measuring 16.
Anemia with hepatosplenomegaly is a common presentation of hemolytic anemia in infancy.
5,6) T-PLL is characterized by marked leukocytosis, lymphadenopathy, hepatosplenomegaly, and cutaneous involvement, which occur in about a quarter of patients.
2,3) Due to immune complex mediated damage there can also be lymphadenitis, neuritis, iridocyclitis, arthritis, synovitis, myositis, epididymo-orchitis, glomerulonephritis and involvement of the liver and spleen leading to hepatosplenomegaly.
1) It is characterized by a primary extranodal involvement of medium-sized lymphoid cells, typically with sinusoidal infiltration of the liver, spleen, and bone marrow, which results in hepatosplenomegaly, peripheral blood cytopenias, and other related systemic symptoms.
It is characterized by persistent fever, pancytopenia, liver dysfunction, hepatosplenomegaly, hyperferritinemia, hypofibrinogenemia, elevated serum lactate dehydrogenase, and hypertriglyceridemia.
Physical examination showed hepatosplenomegaly multiple hypopigmentation on face and extremities bluish iris and silver hair.
1 HLH represents a severe hyper-inflammatory condition with the cardinal symptoms of prolonged fever, cytopenias, hepatosplenomegaly, and hemophagocytosis by activated, morphologically benign macrophages.
While being investigated she developed a sepsis like picture with fever, petechial hemorrhages and hepatosplenomegaly.